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should be out reaching. maybe some polling data. something to discuss, but there needs to be a broader view of outreach and this is taking a lot of staff time in the evening to data that may not be totally reliable. >> it's a good point and we'll definitely consider that. >> the cost of the poll versus the cost of the salaries for the employees might be far less. >> good point. any other comments, commissioners. we won't be calling for a vote. but i will call for public comment on this item. any public comments? >> seeing none. item closed. no. 10. >> approve amendment no. cs 113
b. >> i will move the item. >> it's been moved and seconded. >> any public comment? seeing none, it's closed. commissioners, would you like for me to call for a vote or hear more on the item. >> a vote. >> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> motion carries. >> it's been moved and seconded. any public comment on these items? this item is closed. >> are these trails that we passed years ago? >> no these are trails by san mateo county.
>> division management and this was for easement. they manage the trail and pedestrian bicycle and people and dogs. >> any other questions, commissioners? i move the record show that it been moved and seconded. is that okay? >> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> the motion carries. madam secretary. next item. 13. >> approve the terms and conditions and authorize the general manager to execute a purchase and sale agreement and any related document to facilitate the purchase of approximately 84 acres of have
approved agricultural land. the date should read november 4, 2013, and we'll make that change on the final resolution. >> thank you madam secretary. commissioners? >> when were we briefed on this item before? >> it's closed section. >> that's why we can't talk about it. i knew something was closed in my mind. >> i will entertain a motion? >> i will move it. >> it's been moved and second. any public comment on this item. >> all in favor say, "aye". >> i have some questions. they are going to lease the property? is that correct in do we know what it's going to be leased for? >> through programs, general manager infrastructure, this is a case where we were leasing
property from the private entities in order to drill wells and create a safer working environment for the workers in a tunnel below grade. the owner wants to sell the land free and clear. we have basically two options before us. one was to move forward with eminent domain on the lease portion and the other option was to purchase the property on the open market. we negotiated with the owner. our offer is 10 percent above. what is critical on this particular item is that if we do not have the wells in place we'll spend 3 million $3 million to make a safer work environment and have the ability to sell it after
the construction is complete. >> i thought i read here that they are going to lease it? >> they are going to lease it back for a short period of time until they move off the property. they will lease just the house area because the plans were to sell the house and retire. >> so how much are we going to lease it for? >> the lease is basically it's a free lease back as part of making this transition happen because the current lease on the well has expired. so as a counter for not having us vacate the wells, they will lease back during the move out period. >> for free? >> yes. >> they have maintenance obligations so they will maintain the property while they are in possession so that's a cost savings to you
and you don't have to handle the property and trespassers, that sort of things? >> as part of the price this was considered as part of the price. >> is there a time limit for them? bhaps #2ksh what -- what happens if they decide to stay for 10 years. >> i can't remember the exact date. brian is here. >> 18 months. >> okay. this item no. 13 has been moved and seconded. public comment is open and closed am i right? i will call for a vote. all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> the motion carries. we went out of order to make sure people were paying attention. madam secretary please call that last item. >> i apologize for missing item no. 11.
it's authorize the joint funding agreement with u.s. geological survey for an amount not to exceed 335, 000. >> moved and seconded. >> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> the ayes have it. motion carried. next item. >> item 14 public comments on matters to be discuss in closed session. >> motion asserted. second. is there a public comment on attorney-client. seeing none, all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. we are going into closed session.
>> all in favor say, "aye". >> aye. >> is there any new business? >> the november 26th meeting has been canceled. shall we deal with the december meeting as well? >> while we are all here assemble to make that announcement. >> it's december 23rd rd >> sometimes we have the meeting in december. >> we won't have it on the 24th. is it appropriate for me to announce that november 26th and december 24th meeting are canceled. >> if that is the pleasure of the commission? >> without objection it's so ordered. >> okay. then seeing no other business. this meeting is adjourned. >>
sftv. mr. chair any announcements >> yes. please silence all electronic devices. and keep the documents that should be given to the clerk. the agenda will be acted upon today >> mr. clerk call item one. >> this is for telephone services from 2010 to, 2013 to may 31st, 2014, with an additional opposite to extend the term remaining to the welfare fair of more than $3 million over the 4 year contract term. okay minute from the sheriff's department. okay they're not here testimony
2. the department of height to extend the diseased control fund and it's called hepatitis linkage for help it's b >> okay. we have someone from our public health department. thank you for being here >> hi, i'm a environmental hepatitis coordinator. it's a partnership too the san francisco public health department and the goal of this grant is to test 3 thousand viruses to insure they know their help it's status and know anyone who is tested positive. this is the second year we've been awarded this grant based on
successfully studying our goal of you testing more than 4 thousand individuals for hepatitis b and any questions >> i want to thank you for the testing for the asian that community at any time important to get tested and many of us are infected and if it's treatable once it's on our agenda. it's been a great partnership with our opinionating. >> we don't have a budget analyst report anyone wish to comment. seeing none, playgrounds. okay. mr. clerk call item 3 >> item 3 authorizing the public library to accept a grant
in the unanimous of 20 thousand there's plus for directly sport for a variety of public services for july 30th, 2013, and fourteen. >> thank you, mr. herrera. >> thank you city librarian. supervisors. i appreciate the opportunity to ask for your supported in the resolution that's to authorize the liable to accept the grant if the friends of the library and just as a point of background they annually provide significant fund for not only our branch library program but for the programs that make the lib library a great institution. increase a variety of cars to
support of the children's services program but adult outreach to our fairs that you are our one city book initiative and our grants that help us push the envelope for technology. last year in terms of ass various programs it reached about 2 hundred and 45 thousand patrons that attend through the library. again, we ask for your support and i'm here to answer any questions and a supervisor mar >> i visited our branch and the friends of library contributed so much to making sure that even the furniture and outdoor areas and a community groups really partnering with the library has been critical. i know the baby branch need a lot of support as well.
thank you for building all the branch libraries in our neighborhoods >> thank you. >> i echo those condominiums. we'll open this up for public comment. seeing none, playgrounds. can we move this forward without recommendation. mr. clerk femaof that >> item 5 moving a grant by the use of the did not of an amount of $38,000 for a 5 year term. >> thank you welcome back. >> good morning john updyke
it's a lease at south van ness. the landlord is general parers in hay word california. over the years this has been used for a office that building for a variety of programs. we've providing mental health case management services to hiv and we're counseling the youth. as the form lease was a fixed rate for the last term of 10 years we have quite a bump in rates for this renewal as one would anticipate. from the prior rate of $189 annually to $14 plus annually. so this lease takes effect upon the resolution.
i'd like to note we've extend the prior advantageous rate and additional 5 months that has saved the department of health thousands of dollars. this lease expires june 30th it has a 4 year option for renewal. it has a fixed rate and it's allowing us to step up so it's more less than 3 percent. the only cost for the city is utilities and it's about $10,000 per year. the market lease is 42, 36 a skeet. it's a 3432 under the rate.
there's some considerable discussion regarding a choice to lease rather than buy at this locati location. several considerations come to mind we need a willing seller in this is example we need a certainty of program schedules and think to meet the challenging needs to the neighborhood is certainly an issue and we need to look at a total cost of ownership when comparing this to the cost of the lease. we're under a projected cost per skeet. we can remain flexible and enjoy a slightly lower tenant risk.
every one of those is case by case property. happy to have that discussion. the budget analyst has an ice toward termination or other opportunities and the desire is part of the capital plan in about a year. my team b will work closely that the staff and we look forward to this discussion. there's a recommendation to clarify the lease term. i'm happy to answer any questions >> colleagues, any questions. >> i know from the being the r budget analyst report it's almost doubling the cost of the
leasing and are we going to see that happen to other private property leased areas. >> a question about what the future looks like. the good news is we have purposefully worked on extending a number of leases over the last couple of years were we do a 5 year forecast and into 2015 and 16 we have fewer renewals or xieksz. i'm pleased we're not going to keep the market apace for the next 24 months we're not going to have a lot of leases up for rerenewal. >> this is a question that's more of a philosophical one. i'm curious as the nonprofits
and city agencies in other areas of the city exceptionally around market they're to face the same situation can the city control the nonprofits and city agencies >> certainly a key issue a topic of conversation and probably more hearings to come. we're participating to see what the city can do whether it's any small amount of space we can make available. unfortunately, there's not a lot of room at the end in the cities portfolio that's good news and bad news. we're at the table talking to our partners and others so see if there are some strategies we can comply to help. it's a prevalent issue a lot of
directors looking for spaces and recognizing there are issues in the next year to 18 months. >> thank you, mr. updyke we have a budget analyst report. mr. rose >> on page 12 the proposed mostly rent for $2.86 per square feet it's 97 percent more than the basics rent with a dollar and $0.50 per scooting. however, as dictated the proposed grant represents fair market value. on page 13 of our report we note in table 3 the total estimated cost of the rent new lease over
the 4 year period it between $2 million plus and $333,000 dollars plus. as indicated by the committee since this space has been occupied since 1981 over the period the rent and related costs is to be paid by dph is several million dollars and we recommend you provide a report on the plan including the plans to consolidate plans at fats for the next board of supervisors hearing and we recommended it be clarified that the lease is approximately 4 years and seven months rather than 5 years and
we recommend you approve the recommendation as amended >> okay any public comment on this item? please step forward everyone will have 2 minutes. >> i'm here on our related on the precisely profile of our case that will be coming up real soon of the ocean properties. it's going into foreclosure this weekend and - >> mr. washington this is a chance to condominium on this question. >> but it relates to our profile you talked about properties so it relatives to if you bet elicit me finish my public comment. so i'm saying as a it relates to the profile of our properties on
the properties are getting ready tow come before this board theres a parallel so an important piece of property is coming to your government from our community i want to show a parallel hoping the real estate department will have an opportunity to talk about this piece of property that's all i wanted to say i have no comment on this piece of property >> okay. thank you very much. nobody wish tow comment seeing none, public comment is closed. can we move the recommendation. can we move that forward. so moved >> the department provided the
legislation to me at the 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. >> duly noted mr. updyke. we'll make sure that happens. i see our sheriff's department do you want to come up and talk on this item? we're on the other mike >> as he discussed the sheriff wants at that one year extension of the contract that will there the commission by 65 percent for 65 thousand dollars for to the welfare fund. we discussed amending the title of the resolution to make it clear for a total dollar value of the entire contract of
$4 million. we're here to request that it pass out of committee to the full board >> thank you very much supervisor mar. >> i want to thank you for the information. i asked about the number of inmates with children it's a huge percent >> it is. >> can you say that for the audience. >> of course, our population that has children it approximately 40 percent sprooirls under the national average of 50 percent. >> thank you. >> it's so important we provide services ease invested in the one family program and a okay. thank you very much any other questions we'll go to mr. roses budget analyst report. the committee has recommend we approve the resolution